tod

 /tɒd/

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WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2016
tod1 (tod), 
n. 
  1. an English unit of weight, chiefly for wool, commonly equal to 28 pounds (12.7 kilograms) but varying locally.
  2. a load.
  3. Botanya bushy mass, esp. of ivy.
Etymology:1375–1425;
late Middle English todde;
akin to Frisian (East dialect, dialectal) todde small load, Old Norse toddi piece, slice

tod2 (tod), 
n. [Scot. and North Eng.]
  1. Scottish Termsa fox.
  2. Scottish Termsa crafty, foxy person.
Etymology:
  • ?
  • Middle English (north) 1125–75


Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

tod /tɒd/ n
  1. on one's todBrit slang on one's own
Etymology: 19th Century: rhyming slang Tod Sloan/alone, after Tod Sloan, a jockey



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